Cornwall KSIs drop to lowest-ever level

09.56 | 16 October 2009 |

The number of people killed and seriously injured on Cornwall’s roads has fallen to its lowest level since records began (Surveyor 8/10/09).

Figures show the number of KSIs has fallen to just above one-fifth of what it was 30 years ago. In the 12 months to June 2009, 196 people were killed and seriously injured on Cornwall’s roads, compared with 965 people in 1979.

Graeme Hicks, cabinet member for highways, transport and planning, said: “This represents a magnificent achievement for all those working in partnership to reduce casualties.’”


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